This applies to everybody. If I am not nice to myself as a mother I am not really nice to anyone else around me. So this means listening to what I need to do for myself. So this can be anything as simple as making time to jump into a candlelit bath at night, to going for a walk at some point in the day to taking time to meet a friend, or cooking something really lovely for myself. Carve out time for yourself and give yourself permission to enjoy that time and as best as you can. Have some time away from your children. You will come back refreshed you will be a better parent for it. I know that over the years I have struggled to give myself permission to do things on my own but when I do I am better for it.
Be nice to yourself.
How are you going to look after yourself today?
Here is a link to our new book ‘Jump, Fall, Fly’ from schooling, to homeschooling to unschooling.
When sending your kids to school is just not working out anymore
A Parent’s Guide on how to make your children love reading. (Don’t)
Day 6; Do Exercise you love!
How to Look After Yourself as a homeschooling/unschooling Mum. No 1
THE INTRODUCTION of JUMP, FALL, FLY- from schooling to homeschooling to unschooling
Can kids learn more when the parents are not getting in their way?
Do you Talk to the Kids about the Future?
You don’t need school to learn maths.
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